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Edinburgh Shopping

Edinburgh offers an unrivalled shopping experience. The city is full of treats for the discerning shopper - from department stores bulging with designer goodies to small and stylish boutiques. For lovers of designer and top name brands, you'll be spoiled for choice with the huge selection of boutique shops, including the world famous Harvey Nichols.

Hotels near the center of Edinburgh
Gilmour's Entry Apartment from £240.00
Nicolson Apartments4 starfrom £59.00
Masson House3 starfrom £69.00
Salisbury Green Hotel3 starfrom £76.00
Sakura Edinburgh Guest House from £20.00

The High Street

With High Street names by the hundred, boasting what must be one of the most stunningly situated shopping streets in the world, Edinburgh is a real shoppers' paradise. For those Into Carrie Bradshaw's quirky, eclectic look, Edinburgh has some of the best vintage shops around, not to mention a serious selection of shoe shops, and a host of specialist shops offering everything from cashmere to comics Or why not head out of town to get your hands on some seriously discounted designer goodies at these near-by outlets. Whatever your mood and whatever look you're after, Edinburgh has something to suit, From the high street favourites of Princes Street to the funky boutiques of the New Town and West End, whatever you're looking for, you'll be spoilt for choice. Among the city's many surprises is the fact that it's so easy to get around and, if you're one of those dedicated retail junkies who never has long enough to shop, Sunday opening and Thursday late night shopping offer a few essential extra shopping hours. Princes Street - There cannot be many cities in the world where the foremost shopping street has an uninterrupted view of an historic, medieval castle due to retail outlets being built along one side of the street. But that is Edinburgh's Princes Street!


St James Shopping Centre

St James Shopping is located in the heart of Edinburgh's cosmopolitan city centre and offers shoppers a fabulous range of stores ? from John Lewis and Next, to Republic, River Island and Wallis. Shoppers can relax and catch up with friends over a coffee in Costa, or have a bite to eat in Food on 1 or The Place to Eat restaurant in John Lewis. St James Shopping is surrounded by an eclectic mix of classic and modern architecture, ancient monuments and designer boutiques. St James Shopping forms a natural extension to Princes Street, and is easily accessed by car, bus, train or on foot. The centre is within easy reach of some of Edinburgh's finest restaurants, bars, clubs and entertainment centres.


Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre

This is Ocean Terminal. This is the home of shopping. Over 70 stores await you under one roof - packed full of big brands and unique hidden gems. As if that weren't enough you'll also find the best in leisure that Edinburgh has to offer with bars, restaurants, cinema, spa, indoor skate park and the Royal Yacht Britannia. All of this and ample free parking set in a stunning waterfront location.